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Media Coverage: Paid Sick Days Movement Heats Up

The progress we are making at the local level is based on hard work, sound arguments, a clear need and strong support from both Republican and Democratic voters. But because of our hard-won victories, corporate opposition is preparing to go to war against low-wage working women and men with the ‘kill shot.’

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Media Coverage: 9to5’s Equal Pay Day Op-ed Picked up by Papers Across the Country

Pay discrimination is a real and persistent problem that continues to shortchange American women and their families. Women earn less than men in every state and region of the country. That’s why this year’s Equal Pay Day is even more important than usual. Read more!

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Media Coverage: 9to5 Wisconsin on the People’s Mic – Labor Radio

Erika Wolf of 9to5 Wisconsin from Madison discusses how the gender gap pay affects all women with Doug Cunningham of People’s Mic

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Media Coverage: 9to5 is on WomensRadio

Listen to 9to5 National Executive Director Linda Meric’s interview with Pat Lynch of WomensRadio on Equal Pay Day. Pay discrimination is a real and persistent problem that continues to shortchange American women. Women earn less than men in every state and region of the country. And according to 2012 statistics, the weekly earnings gap is widening for women overall.

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Media Coverage: 9to5’s Linda Meric talks with Jamila Bey about Low-Wage Working Women on the Sex, Polictics and Religion Hour

In recognition of Equal Pay Day on April 9, 2013, Linda Meric talks about the pay gap and a host of other issues affecting low-wage working women with Jamila Bey on the Sex, Politics, Religion Hour.

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Media Coverage: City of Atlanta Joins Growing List of Employers to “Ban the Box”

9to5 Atlanta announces new City of Atlanta policy promoting fairness in employment. In a campaign led by 9to5 Atlanta, the City of Atlanta became the 44th local jurisdiction in the nation to remove the conviction history question from its job applications.

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